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December 2, 2019
Are metabolic diseases in dairy cows harmful to milk?

1. Harm If the feedstuff provided by cattle farmers does not have a reasonable proportion of all kinds of nutritional facts, some nutrients will be insufficient or excessive, or the metabolic process of nutrients in the body of the dairy cow may be imbalanced, which may lead to the metabolic disease of the cow. If […]

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November 29, 2019
Is postpartum estrus in dairy cows harmful to milk?

1. Causes Feed Nutrition Level: Dairy cows consume too much or too little energy during the perinatal period, which will cause postpartum estrus but also lead to a reduction in the fertility rate. When dairy cows are fed a diet containing low levels of protein, their fecundity will decline, while higher levels of protein, i.e. […]

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November 29, 2019
How to improve the intake of dairy cows?

Over-feeding density limits feeding space and rest space, which hurts rumination time. By ensuring that dairy cows maintain adequate nutritional intake to meet their needs, we can safeguard health and improve milk production. Therefore, the precise formulation and a high-quality diet are indispensable. Unfortunately, dairy cows do not always get the most nutritional value of […]

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November 29, 2019
Can dairy cow mastitis impact milk production?

In dairy cow production, mastitis is one of the most common diseases with huge economic losses. To reduce the incidence of mastitis in dairy cows, the key point is to strengthen prevention, and timely treatment is needed if the disease is found. Only the correct treatment method can promote the recovery of the diseased cows […]

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November 29, 2019
How to treat the genuine gastric ulcer in dairy cows?

True gastric ulcer is a common disease in dairy cows and calves. True gastric ulcer refers to erosive inflammation of the true gastric mucosa and its deep tissues. Perforation can occur if a full-thickness lesion of the gastric wall occurs, often leading to localized or generalized peritonitis. If the contents of the true stomach exudate […]

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November 29, 2019
Is brucellosis in dairy cows harmful to milk production?

Brucellosis of dairy cows is the second kind of zoonosis, which exists widely all over the world. It has been prevalent in some areas and caused great harm to the health of dairy cows and related workers. In the 1970s and 1980s, the epidemic situation of brucellosis in China dropped significantly, but it rose in […]

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November 29, 2019
Can stillbirth impact milk production in dairy cows?

The stillbirth of dairy cows is a kind of reproductive disorder of dairy cows, and its incidence is affected by feeding conditions and management levels. Nowadays, due to limited feeding conditions and management level, the stillbirth of dairy cows is still a major problem in the dairy industry. Abortion or stillbirth of dairy cows will […]

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November 29, 2019
Causes and Measures of Heat Stress in Dairy Cows

What is heat stress in cows?Dairy cow heat stress refers to the summation of non-specific responses of dairy cows to high-temperature environments that are not conducive to physiological conditions. Its purpose is to mobilize the defensive function of the body to overcome the adverse effects of high-temperature stimuli and ensure the stability of the body […]

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November 29, 2019
Can tick disease in dairy cows affect milk quality?

Dairy tick disease refers to a blood-sucking ectoparasitic disease caused by arthropods parasitic on the body surface or body of dairy cows. It generally causes anorexia, weight loss, metabolic disorders and tick paralysis in dairy cows, and there are many diseases transmitted by ticks. Spreading a variety of zoonoses and infectious diseases among animals has […]

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November 28, 2019
Technologies for Improving the Fertility Rate of Dairy Cows in Estrous Period

The low conception rate of dairy cows during estrus has been a difficult problem in the dairy industry. According to statistics, the conception rate of dairy cows in estrus period in most dairy farms is less than 60%, which prolongs the spacing of the fetuses, affects the reproduction rate and milk yield of dairy cows, […]

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November 28, 2019
Popularization and Application of TMR Feeding Technology for Dairy Cows

1. Application of TMRAccording to the different milk yield of dairy cows, TMR is used to mix the additives such as roughage, concentrates, minerals and vitamins in the feed mixing and feeding truck and feed them directly for free feeding. Maize silage, alfalfa and Leymus Chinensis with good quality were used in the selection of […]

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November 28, 2019
Advantages and Application of Total Mixed Rations for Dairy Cows

1. Advantages of Total Mixed Rations for Dairy CowsThe intake of dry matter can be increased by using a total mixed rations for dairy cows. The use of total mixed rationscan ensure that the nutrients in the diet are adequate and the proportion of concentrate to roughage is reasonable, which can make cows obtain all kinds […]

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